Obviously, when the Houston Astros’ sign stealing accusations first came out; Yu Darvish was the first individual player I thought about. Of course, Darvish is the infamous starting pitcher of game seven of the 2017 World Series. As you know, he didn’t last long that night.
Now, Darvish is taking the time to talk about about the Astros and how it pertains to his life and career. Equally important, Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times transcribes Darvish’s personal YouTube acconut video which was posted last night.
Yu Darvish is conflicted over #Astros sign-stealing allegations. “Because I had that experience, I was able to work hard these last two years and become the person I am now.” https://t.co/79OwjekIQ1 #Dodgers
— Dylan Hernandez (@dylanohernandez) November 15, 2019
Indeed, it’s an interesting read. Moreover, Darvish seems like a really likable and quality guy when you take the time to read his responses. First off, he says the whole experience has helped him evolve as a person.
“Because I had that experience, I was able to work hard these last two years and become the person I am now.”
Then, Darvish says something that I really admire. He…